What is the normal pulse rate for female age 70 during exercise?
An individual can achieve a maximum heart rate (ie pulse rate) of 220-Age. So the case you are mentioning here will acheive a maximum HR of 150 (220-70) during exercise.
The pulse rate is basically how fast your heart is beating. The reason why the pulse rate is so fast is because you use up your oxygen quickly during exercise and the heart is pumping faster to supply more oxygen to your body. After exercise, oxygen is not being used up as fast anymore and when there is a sufficient amount of oxygen circulating, the pulse rate slows down and goes back to normal.
A pulse rate of 112 will not normally cause any damage. In fact, it is normal for your heart rate to be this high during light exercise. The normal pulse range is about 60-100, so 112 is not high for most people. However, if your pulse is normally lower, and your pulse rate being 112 is a change for you, see your doctor.
Your pulse rate started at 81 and then after a 120 minute run your pulse was only 120 is that right should your pulse be lower before you do your exercise?
A "good" pulse rate would probably mean a normal pulse rate. For an adult human, your pulse should normally be between 60 and 100. This rate will be lower when sleeping at times, and higher after exercise, or during excitement of some type. However, different medical conditions, drugs, and genetics can change what your normal pulse rate should be. See your doctor for their unique interpretation for you and what your normal range should be.
Blood pressure, pulse, and respiration will all go up during strenuous activity such as jogging or even dancing. If a person is just beginning to exercise after a period of inactivity, vital signs will also go up. Temperature might temporarily rise slightly but will return to normal as the body cools after sweating. In persons who regularly exercise, they may have a lower pulse rate than most people.
The target for heart rate varies depending on age and fitness level desired. In general it should be between 120 and 150 bpm. Your resting pulse should be 70-80 bpm. 70 mm of mercury would be part of a blood pressure reading. The normal heart beat during exercise 70mmHg per 60 seconds....... yes that is the correct answer